Six degrees of preparation: Q & A's for new web site owners

They visit your site to learn, to confirm, to explore, to buy. Your visitors' goals should govern the design of your web site.

Consistent use of graphics and intuitive navigation are the key. Provide that and the rest falls into place.

If they don't know your URL, they'll use a search engine. If their search terms match words on your page and its embedded "keywords", bingo!

It's not art, it's design. So we set goals, review others' solutions, and offer alternatives. We review, revise, decide.

Your web traffic statistics will tell you: How many visitors per day? Which pages? How long do they stay? This guides development.

Modern programming methods simplify upkeep and ensure consistency with "style sheets". We can train you or we can do the maintenance.

Why will people want to
visit my site?

How will visitors find what
they're looking for?

How will people find my site among millions of others?

How do we create a site
that looks good to me?

How will I know if my site
works for others?

How tough will it be to keep
my site current?